If you use your cell phone for work you could be seeing more money in your paycheck.
An ordinance that limits how employers and housing providers use criminal history in their decision making goes into effect in San Francisco next week.
Oakland School District Painter Keeps Learning On Track With Over 2,000 Colors; Recognized For Job Well Done
Has anyone ever told you, you are the best at what you do? An Oakland Unified School District employee has received that compliment and was honored from non-teaching positions by the California Department of Education.
Yahoo and a high-level female executive are being sued by a woman who claims sexual harassment and wrongful termination.
Drugstore Walgreens has agreed to pay $180,000 to a long-time South San Francisco employee to settle a federal disability discrimination lawsuit, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced Wednesday.
A records specialist at the Richmond Police Department alleges that some of the department’s top brass discriminated against her due to her religious views and wrongfully terminated her, in part because she allegedly discriminated against a lesbian police volunteer.
Google released a breakdown of the demographics of its workforce for the first time Wednesday, showing its employees are predominantly white males.
Police in Richmond are attempting to find a man who pepper-sprayed a Sears employee and stole more than $25,000 in jewelry from the store, a police spokeswoman said Thursday.
An employee working at a drive-thru window at a fast-food restaurant in San Francisco’s Bayview District was attacked over the weekend, according to police.
Two masked men who tried to rob a bank in Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood Wednesday morning were foiled by a quick-thinking employee who locked them out, police said.